Knights Inn Hardeeville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We lingered a bit before starting our journey at 9:30. It was a beautiful 14 degree morning that quickly rose to 24 as the sun appeared along the way.
Through Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and now in Georgia there was always lots to see and occupy your time. We are quiet in the car lost in our own thoughts. I start the driving and Tony is reading the weekend paper, one he saved for this jaunt in our trip. Anything ...
... when we got there and had only received their drinks. Andrew went to the bar and I grabbed the server to push our order through. I ordered a 6 oz and Andrew a 8 oz sirloin steak with green beans and baked potato loaded with butter, sour cream and bacon bits. We all received our orders close together and I gotta say it was beautiful. We thoroughly enjoyed it and we had one other beer, Stella for me and Sam Adams for Andrew. We had photos all round, I forgot my ...
... incredibly safe walking around even at night. There is a very easy vibe to the whole city. Day or night this is a fabulous town. And I highly recommend NOT eating at a chain restaurant that you know. Branch out and enjoy some of the truly amazing cuisine this city has to offer because for me it is a culinary great when it comes to cities. I also love the historic aspect to the town. Even this holiday Inn I am in has a great modern feel but the lobby has ...
We left Gadsden, AL Monday morning and arrived in Savannah, GA at 4:30 p.m. We'd booked a room at the Eliza Thompson House, a bed & breakfast on Jones Street, a quaint tree lined street once voted most beautiful by Southern Living magazine. The Eliza Thompson House was built in 1847 and has been the site of several ghostly sightings. Our room overlooked the courtyard; the service was incredible. As we pulled up to park on ...
... section for dinner the first night here. We had a hankering for grits and shrimp and some fresh fried oysters. We ate in The Cotton Exchange, a building that had been there for 184 years. The architecture of the buildings along the river and the cobblestone streets scream old. The history that this city has been part of is overwhelming. And who can ignore the present day candy store with fresh pralines.